Gratz College says
Gratz College, through its four divisions -- the Division of Graduate and Under-graduate Studies, the Samuel Netzky Division of Continuing Education, the Jewish Community High School and the Tuttleman Library -- promotes a vital, creative and growing community of higher learning, whose members become more knowledgeable in the tradition and culture of the Jewish people and in the Hebrew Language, who attain the requisite professional skills for management and leadership, and who become appreciative of a variety of perspectives. To do so, Gratz College provides professional training and high quality academic and cultural programs of Jewish studies to local, national and international constituencies.
In addition to its offerings in Jewish scholarship and professions, Gratz College offers a a Master of Arts in Education, providing advanced training and credentials to hundreds of certified teachers in public and private schools.
Gratz College offers a wide variety of programs of excellence at the undergraduate, graduate professional, specialized certificate, diploma, continuing education, and pre-collegiate levels. Additional outreach programs, such as conferences, lectures, concerts, publication, exhibits, etc., promote Jewish culture in the community at large, through the dedicated efforts of its Netzky Division.
The primary teaching function of the College is supported and facilitated by the Tuttleman Jewish Public Library and resource centers, including its specialized collections. The library also serves as the defacto Jewish "public library" of Philadelphia.